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ii, .t nod It stood mil? a a family from New Yf't ' i tonxue of popular repeit I'.irtrhlgevllle gossips Mf i, it UVO. n m. lioo i ,o.:t ' Hid Mm T' if r Pei .1 I Kl't 'be 'I' -Hi - Mr. Itgertos bowed low. "Ladlee.'' Mid ha, la all courtesy, to what do I owe ibe pleasure of tbM fair" "It's yoir wife, sir," bur? out Ml Judklns. "My wife?" repeated the old entl man "V-" n,ur wife! At I .on a Tlran-n ' Flirting iitui nitrylna on with a vomit man within nn Inch of rRr life! WM! you nil, m h"nrt hlwd i think i ihoti!i ho tho victim of such wlfol treachery !" Mr. Karrton looked bewildered, th"r amii"il. lie milled n little rod cl" i. -it rnniiilnlna a photograph from hi V( M pin t r, In this the gentleman'' naked h opening the case with a spring. "I h very one!" cried Miss Jemlmt trngl.Hlly leaping her hand. "Oh! I hopi do hope ha Ik not one whorr you hnvn unv. ittingry fostered la yom lioaom. rttniiil sir!" mins i "Wall, I leiieve I have none bow thl.ig of th- Itiii-I," said Mr. Uterton Ami w it n ti Mim .1 mlma Jtidklni rubbing hi liln. "The gentleman Ii . mtif lip 10 h i In the kflortioon hhe my nan. -toliind Rgerton. Jr. The lad hmiiaht more whom mi mo pliaad to rail my wlft "I heir pane l KuTlon." said she. In hie! I m n widower of 25 yearn M niul Mr ttolnnd Kgerton! ln t standing BEAUTIFUL MISS LEE. TliU DAUOHTKR Or A DIMTtN OUIIHID AMERICAN. I'n-.Tlaeetl Tt "ila Mast On Thai felts'. Tale nf Xtlseer km! Op prnabm t Wi iMenleawe 4 minrrlml lilt lrw,leent IWItkie, OIQQEST Or AMEPICAN PUAQ linw, who lived on I . ii me geutll- I ir taintly "' o.' mi I Mis Popperronrt. i Ii a le ip of I'SRSage! PI ii" ! .in ;ihi, .!. nineteen trunk mid f .' Mitres' And n mrload of fmn .ii" I'ihI-t.i.Ik, all 1'ronch wn'i'i' Hi RlldlnR, lth mnopy lopn. and ri'iiMin KBtln i'f.i. utid oh! I " "iitiln't ..Hi .1. !dl ii'i wllilt f'.W". If I tilHd t.iin no until doomsday !" ' I'tar, dear' unl Mr. Do., "and pi two of 'in. you ay?" "Only two, nld Mr. Peppprcnirt ui oil Krnll.li.au and w Ifo " ! . bin i li U'-louKlv rumantlr nalll''" il . do s.hi know?' crlrd Mm. i'i and Mr Prppenwirt In thorua. I i-aw It ptiiiitid In toll whltf letter m li i m! nf tin-m'Wlna machine i-o." .i. ! .Ttiriu.ii-. "And I aaw her nt i i lo.Hi rt I ii.: this afternot.n glv , , . nr' rx Shr U as (nlr na a I. n itrc.im. It l hut too ci.mmon hi '"I "inly lart' red for I von' In i rll myealf t nn old . ii , i 'd in like that, i:ot for . i i an in'" ii imph'" ui'i'.i.: Mrn. Pepi rrotirt, ' !i i.l no i 1 1 i - ul ii nvmpaMiy ltli ivi dt 'mi. mi' ! "I'erliapa ou i if )ij. I :d tin- 'Iiatici'' Npr i f i iv'i-i it t .t .'ii ' now." .i li aw i ..'Ik. nn !ilu ''f wrath timurttltit . Mi fetal" ii l'i "'-'nt' itiMuw ili- "... ii'Ottt fa"- P""i ' Heem i.n ' i BT' Thi they're not married!" croak rd MUh .Joiiiima. Terinlnly they are," tald Mr. Itiar- ton. "Ijidlea, I wlah yon n very Boot) mornlna. And after thl you wlll.per hapa. Irnrn to mind your own buil neaa!'' And to the two aoaalpe ret real fil It ireat t1l"i-fmfltitre. Uut ne to taklni Mr. Kp'-rtnnW ndvleelt nn't llkaly that th y did niiffolo N' wa. HniK w.:a i lrl v. Hhtn the dommn of tliel'iill" I Htai mora entbuiilnKtle. nlly In aupiort of the 'ate w.ir U.iw v. Kl'eti l.e. the eldest datihi"r of Ocn. Kltahuah l.ee, late I'nlttd mates consul at Havana. Thl ouuf Rirl baa had an caperlance which almost any American alii would envy. Bhe has spent n winter In Cuba, and knows all about the Island. From liar father's position as consul-general the obtained a certain acquaintance with both Spaniards and Cuban, and she In decidedly In favor of the lat ter. Mlra Lee Is a pretty girl, with dark tyee and red gold hair, whleh are so generally admired. Her hair la Ilka her fatlitr'a whan ho was young, for ior mother's hair Is black. be la ilmtilo and unaffected In her manner fBU extremely fond nf athletics. He aloes her dlrtlngulahed Southern nn eestry, Mlas Lee traces her relationship ibrouih her mother's grandfather to wne of the most prominent families Xurr .tenes OIM I XUklng It to Baf the MerlgNge oh Her Itomti niae J"'-' inuue .hum urn p. niHiiwia, I N, i has iet herself a large task, flae i la ma i in i: i1 hlRgest American flag und i Mrr pi,ui led. hoping when H It inmpleti-d in -II It by enbacrlptlon for pin. riiiatlim to the white house and so nun tin- 1 1 Tn y to pay the mortgage upon li r on ii home. More than one well-know ii perron In the eaat ha al i 'inly iken nn Intercut In her labor, FATE'S SAD ROMANCE, ITIirtUB BftOTHBnS tND!1 DIP- POnRNT NAMH8. t'ralh Slwimrnlmn rielloH Obanee the HlxioeMt That t'Hlte the 1'rnierMwt Trim Two of It Member Itnvlna liiml I.hhb In the RHe City. From the r'hl.aao Dally Newe V bi..i t n-nh II. Htoekton, writing to th , strange story of the separation la New York lie. aid, apeak k of her effort I childhood of the five .na of Patrick na followa; "Thla unique apeelmm of ' Holan. at one time a blacksmith at (he iiluia niui atilpes la to lie 100 feet In j Ixirkport, Jf. Y after the death of length and of proportionate width. The their mother and the happy reunion of nine Hld will be forty feet qimr. , three of themall tlini are now llv each of Ihe forty-flve star will be two I ng-came tollahl with the vUlt nirhl- fret five Inches In diameter, and alto aether Ihe flag will make thn grand .U single display nf the national colors which has erer been attempted. Th ClUEER C JLONV IN PAIfAOUAY. IIhVh VThlfli tlrrtrrn a Htttleeteul f AMntrntluii It Mmrtli Amerlin TrtftH the New Vark World t"i" of, the stDMejeil eolonww In tlu wi'd probable that of Ceame, founded t Paisguay by colonl-1 . o." l itgll'li I.!. 't from Australia. I h u party of ti. colonists Is all lu ld in . munion. ui all their work l ip i.' i i '-amnion cultivating, huiidini! iMKitoM'pit'R but eioh fimilh m.iv nminy a hum" hv llm lf Then. U no . uirems '"'t i Lab it, niui evpry eolonlM haa to at0 tin- olo:n thll'.j iilx Iiiiim1 lalior a wei'k If he works Imm-1 h ctaii liahe,! n lalior eiedlt whd h he e.sft ilraw on at any time. Oaly u . t.itsllr nro n Killed hi coloflinta. Hlngh' man may put In ex'ra labor to provldu Utm- mI t u,ll n lanliBLtt ilia fiiArrlaen If lab ir to his cicdlt It noi x'lfnclenr the colony will allow him an arerurart io a certain amount. He could have M cago of Fred Dooley of Rocb.Mter, N. v., whs Is now dlvldln.t his tinu. be tweeit the homes of his long-!ot rela ttl'nj HiMlialitM i.i.r.iilliie fan urtiillar merit of this flag, however. !.',., ... r I large a houee as he rhooaea, althoujtli will not rest entirely upon Ita dlmen- w Vth"" rew rmanhool under u considered fn.dlah to havo lona. It will toe valuable .. a recon' , d foT " w.1 ea ft larger poveMlon than ho needs. Itav of the hlrtory of our country, for upor. I f"? ."J1.!- "..r' .,t! IB paid for bis house he can draw each alar will be embroidered thr 1 17, ' w"" " ""T ,T-7.-iii. nU "r' 1""r f,,r lMa name of th stale whleh It represent i '". " . elae he requires, or lie u use his lets nd the date of It. admission into the 7"" "n" . ure for enttlvatlng hi. garden or an union. The ...r. will be arrnnae I in I "r aasas oi ns-r. t ne nromer. now ' olh urltt.. W,,,le lli -m ....,.p ,P .ii , houae has been built l. the ninna "1"","w,,r,' nr.i "' lK)r he .aio, however, aelt It. roi jTiniiinoii Firm, i nuiunr i'uirh. the order of the entrance of the ntatet Into the national fraternity. TM' enormous flag La to be made entirely uy i Ptemy nt Coal In t'hlna. Almni' :ir" of rual and lion x if Ir i von p. nlnie In Cblnn. the i .tiI ll hi of Hhrtiv! n'one being i i'dnldy thl liiriu'Ht . idli U yet kim-AH In the o.!.i. v.iill en h of the other valuoblil ' intn' ialh. ifiii pliitlii'itu, Invito f 1 profitRlde v.nrl( In many paiin nf the j I inplr . T'i" w '. nvmt of thene eartr I n4 all miMtlnn. mild Mi. i .le- ' piodinl nn wll in celLiln nii tluii: i ,, UiMtf- i "'f obtnlnliir iI'Mii, Iiii.i i:-.'l ! l-i it i U eutt Kit week," an id Mm. j$ m, hit to her regret no: ! w ' H koM, and the visit as not i -Htfteil. "ttttekvtip eragtnrfa!" said Mrn. ?sTa JwJktna av.ont this tlmo re. felted an Invltritlou from her fousin. the Widow of fiher. to apetid n f-w days With her it h'-r i-ottage nt I-oiik Iwancb. Mrn iriier's paid mmpan 8ti had left h- im ii mkII to S"iii" l k ratatlre or oil i .ml Mrs. Afh.r felt the need of m.' one to anal', sioid. and ha'. - liandv in uineral. "I'll po ' mud Mlra Judklnn. "He rtna Ar her Ik tery trying ai tlinea. but lerenn la r!' d and I need a hatm". Oh, yea; I'll go " At the e id of n fortnight nhe came tMfttt ajflgin and v .i i promptly lnvltd if lira. Ptppei ' durt to tea. "Welt," aald 1Im Judklns, "what "Not much." lid Mrn. Doiy. "Iliiqh Inert has fallc i " Ttt been vpeeMng It ever alm-e hit wife trot th t new Nile green i.llk." aid Jemima, r lllng up her eyea "parson Orln ler'a got a call to West Briefly" "AH the better for nn." said MIma ,le bm. mnllclmi iy "And Mra, lloii.ttd KKerton him left that poor old ht vitiiid of hers all alone, It la nnlv tttd su,iiiiv I'rtattl 1(IA 11UI I-..-. , , ,1 .1..M. I ' " - band, of the beat quality of hunting , -' n mr Wnin alngle men. nlthough etngle worn and thn rest number of stitches will wt, ronnrrtPil with engine company m wo(l, Wliri,mp u,nts scarce, a- all be made with the strongest silk. JJo l!?'ey- ' ,m, '., In most new communing. The women The amount of labor which will thua ' Oncheater, N. V The two who dieu Hre M.rillwl wlth knitting, sewing lie undertaken by the projector it this "Ince the separation were: nanlal noo. WMnng m othrr womanly occupa- glgantlc atar-apangled Iwnner will he vy . lately a baker at Ilochester. Jam tioM lm, WDfln a W(iman , married herculean, hut the vnnng lady Is not , "ni. who was a eanor nun nn. ,) miony makes no mor- claim upon only ambitious but energetic and In- faffalo as his home. The story la beat Hh(1 , ,,alB Hu n,,, ,um duatrloua In a high deitree. When fin- , oy i nomas iwoian, wnoee euoru. mt,nily requires In luiiuaiing iter Ifihed this mot.oter ling Is to be exhlb- tn nnatng nts nroiner nac never hotte ,, attending to lur children Ited and sold by snbncrlptlon for the ; w.mea ainee be nrst too up tne aearen. Mp nrr narrled at 21. women at 1 purpose of presenting It to the white He gives thn following narrative: Titer,, n0 relialmi Hi rlce, but thn home at Washington, to be tweil on r roara ngo ray miner, i-aini K noisa. I roinmutilty Uvea on the Ten uonim.iiui Ri.iiid national oeeaalona. WINO ON THSIg BULLETS. Itutiirr Hint loo In lie CI Hen In BhmmiIIi llorwt Wlltiout inning. I l'e usual way of Imparting a rotary imoi,oii to a bullet, nnd thereby mak' and my mother, whoae maiden naue was Katharine Oreen, settled In Ick- port, having come to this country from County Louth, Ireland. Father was a blacksmith nnd I have lieen told was fairly prosperous. The family constat ed of five boys. While wo were all In tender yearB moiher died nnd soon ineuts and on Its own eiblral pilu-Clplea. QUKltn TIND IN THK PACiriO. tltrellrt l iiiuie with - '-ot uf I i-li I'll'kr.l l'l Ity a Mrrrliiiatllllln. From thn Haltlmore rfuu On im.u ' kpnv, ii in the I'ii't'i e fur ' liditKindK el IIH, 'I lie 11. Kill ! I tllBI I 'i.ll W,M l!.. , i h'of ftp I of 111 people niiim i tit'tld"! Infill.. l atii" will known l.i P'trope ' ill ii pe l"d interior to the I'ti'l'tnn i in. h Ion ei itnln oaten iiidtiii.il ! Mil no I'olo. whose rentatl n'i tie .mli Jl ' I Inillen'e thnt the u- e i f ll 'ill- tu ned Ii' him n" being it-t'.-i. I ni.iKl hne begun Ions; hefoio hi time. "II ii fact that nil over I lie nmn'ry ol ('nt hay there u a kind of 1il.it k atone xl-ittng In heiN In tl. ir.n nil!ilii whhh th" dig out and l.i'ir like fire n.imkI. It Is nil" I hill thn hue plent) of fire wood ,il.-'i. Inn ttie.i do nut burn ll In eaime thi lie atonea burn belter and 1 1, tit os Yud'ii "Mnn o Polo." Vol. I it !'. Ilm Ihouali thl- Inna-roti- tinned t. 'if" of coal by hundreds ol the resident-, of the i . .-.lou nfT'-i .! ih t Iiik It atcer n true coui through the . B((rr father placed Ptintel, Fred and the Hawaiian bark loi.niiu th'ii :ilr. I- it from I- to mnke It smooth and to flr j myself In the Hlalcra' Ortihnn home at curiosity In n natlvo j-mt m.ule ,. ii a rifled barrel. Martin H. Cal-1 nochMter and then disappeared. Hlnee some of the Pacific Maud - rH. Vh LLKN 1,1:1: 1 In MaBaehusct, ninona whom ttiiy lie mentioned the Ho'tne i "he I In .p ers and others. WATER IN WELLS Bfc.COM CS tOT Iteldeiit4 of Artli AlarniMl tixir I'lieiiMtneniifl In Tlnlr Terrll ry. The miIIh In par. - of i txou-i In -reelitl hecoinn pi ! 1 1 . ei h of bo" w..'"i' and niipn heiiKlon . ( li by it. my "f that time nothing has been heard of him and It is likely that he la dead. William waa adopted by a mnn of the name of Casey, and an elderly woman, one lUiighti, enred for James. Later, however, Jamea was also placed In the Orphans' home. I soon tired of life In the borne and one night ran away nnd went lo Wilson. N. Y., where for sev- 1 W rulllloiiH of piople may s-em to rendet It doubtful whether any eonxlderahle qiiantlij ! I. ft. It Is. on the contrary print hull' iiM'tithi that thla residue lm in. iitoira' iv ix.c-ds all thnt In many Hire h vet been reeova-red. irtly owing to tii" i'iiierstlfloii- feai of lnt ting out th' aiiith dragem.'' nnd chief, b, I Imni-i.H. from Ignor.mce of ef ficient M' ' 'I I'1' Of pumplUK. the soil boa nowh' ie ba i n pierced below watet level, an I I believe that no shnfta are deeper tbim loo feet. In fiut. not only coal, hip oihar minerals have lieen taken ui'i.l-. fiom the Mirftwe, and iieeotdl'ii-. to all egperlence, therefore what reiii.iln i below must ho In vastly greater m iiiii' tiles.--The Contemporary Ha", lew. they are about to I.e. i, in - piirth ipni.i In a grand volt-ante di.imu. In I 'ltue u' the wella the temnei nt in e of 'b' ivaii n if 1 1 i' !' . Ill i n!x. m four in. lion . i .if ' IkiU " '1 Oiimms f Hay Keter. "The hi anon la approaching." aald a rromlnini ploalclati to a 8tur writer, "when a gn-ut mn'iy people who suffer from what la known aa hay fever, and na but few who are BUa-ptlble to th comnlalnt know how to avoid, ihucIi leas cure It, a few remarks about the nature and treatment of the ailment may not he uninteresting. Hay fever Is a nervous affection iiBiialiy, moat prevalent during the sprint and early summer, from which the poorer rlaaaeg and more especially those living In populous towns rarely If ever Buffer. it la known only to the cdurated.wtinae nervous - atoms are highly developed, and thoimi not In any sense danger ous. It Ik i't all limn very Irritating and triml le. omc. The umell of bay, crass, tin- pollen ot flowers, the odor .in w .i MiMulflc mt ,.ii;h. i nf fruit, ihim or draught win generate Mm. Doxy 1'fitii,: the coinpl.iliit or egcltc an atlwrk in I perxona futijeet to It; bnt lulu or damp h.-r." said Mlsii le- I ntht r Intarlably brlliKS relief. At I .vlxli I do iliueiilyli.no llin- It was generally supposed i.itior of human it mid ; iiiai the bir of hay when being mown i .l. i n.'.r, obi iiciiitiuti or turK.I -. ! l alone tn-inie tne airet - 1 in ui, vhi b in closely inalogoiis to .milium, i.n i a 1 1 nt obaerv-iiluti shown' that I' I"' .ib'iii'e la entirely Inde ii ndelit ol he exlsteiieo of hay flelds, and Is a ith ii tiorvous derangement. V b. erntlde. a trip to aea, or M'Hltleiu - in it poputou town, wlll.haw I'vcr, t-iiiom- the uHthumllc tendency, but one of the bent remedies t tobac o smoke, .et allied In the month as . II I. Tt. l.k.lMtlMM lOna M IWHIiiir. f If iHUMMttwH kciw''" .-ii. i Mr- 'he steam of ten drops of creosote In ou near ei. u;th" tu l,lnt of wa,w ooJ. or 80 drops of apirit or campnor to lae wmma rode twenty degreea ill ll h!:';-!. nUlil In ll f"'W thai plieBOin. lloli 'tl i" ' 'l"'i soon lifter lm npticsi-.ui. e In i t r 'i. Ity of caaes, Ihiwi l . r, iii' w " ' n-l Ht'iim from their nawh .i u n 'i 1 .r The first known of thl- . i. b . nft.ilra waa n n-piri (Iim -.! M.irb'opu. on the Hutb. in i'i roud, thirty miles M .i b i f had suddenly boco.i.. hot n diiye thereafter thn tu- p1' ' flint was noticed :i do n fill. that cltv. V teal ut an., w u a lemperotnre of ne.iriv t'O ..i-ii.-i No difference In noted In will., l.i the Itnraedlale vlclnlt) I'lio- i. t 'I be line oi suoieri nnwi ii in..' t ,.ju the general dlrectluu uf ih- sien.i i IChtrella mouiitalni. n t.:. .n... b;ilnl lying Immediately nou'h i I ' river. Thence It imp. tin in on In the direction ..f th--1 1 a la mountains, p. ir v) . number of large anal n .iiern ooi-e nnd hills of "Ii ified Further to the can the lnt.i - so geologically, modem i u b. Mit, an Englishman, proposes to try io ittaln the same end by making tho bore fiiootb and putting wings to the ithot. These wings lie close against the bullet until It leaves the inuaxle. I hen they eapnnd, and, by their action on the air, prodiue the necessary rota tion nf the shot. The Inventor rlnlma i Inn lm sec u rex many advantages over I... .&-) a HMtidOHt Im ' noi if i fl ten , , h., her apd: and therefore harder I I made my home with au i.i,.i... I. ii..m i. i... fri'iinn , old farmer whose name I cannot re- t.i ,i,. 'b..h i.arroi u.i he ai.i.eara tu For yearn I nerer heard from my . . no account of the friction between ! brotliera and drifted about the .mintry it,.. ihh nntt thn air after the aiut OHIK aimoai nnytning mat was iioneei luinl has lieen denerted by the bullet anil upright for a living. I came to nn.. r ..tviintaireH claimed are that his Chicago, waa married, and now have tKi. iii keeps the gun cooler, give It i three children. I often wondered If r I.-.. t.Koll. nnd makes the trajectory should ever intaln see my reintlvo niu. !i flatter for any given range. ani ami nan annual given up nope wnen nb. i nables shorter, and. therefore, , yon can Imagine my surprise when two livCin t guna to be used. He also claims riten walked Into the engine home unit itni'MHod ranse for the winged shot, announced that they were tnv broth- -i.iitly on itct otint of ho higher mutxle or, They were Wllllnm nml Fred, the "lo. ity which thry attain, and partly latter having nunc from his home In 1.. iio-e tne wings enpport the weight Rochexter. w here, In an odd manner. h r lie projfittle tai some ctnit w bile ' arneil of our whereabout It all ui tt.evlng thr men the nlr. The In- about this way: Hecenth Hanlel ..n lon In applicable to guns of all irr.wtev of thla city estnbllaln-d an ,.... from nnnll bore fowling piece mI.y for n Chicago brewing company io ih iicntiot ntniion. nnu ior im i , niehestcr and he rented a at re next i in. t- in Kiit'i. iiHinuHin arn,.o .e. d , i,-., barber hlp. Ho was mi vr. Any form of eaplonlve or- , . -,,. int..d with me and had also Mn.iiny employed ran bo used, but the j h villiam. Fred corresponded i.,r i.,ri .inll'e Th wlneed ... . - ... ... .,, , n . , tt .. ,1 . 1 nnniiv W f . wf.ni pun V 1 IH'PII ior piefeia conll'o. hot i an he .rv easily made, nnd oubf he turned out by plants already it-g. ui uing girl indii t I. did ou?" HWtt VOI U tiVN ntTHINKHH!" Wklla ako'a I- io ''' to I.n'. a 1lriiii.li MWtnMlitMl Imrii to ei ShB Jernli. Hnr awl! laWM bet i- "Xm, I -I i mm- -am frit, for tl.- PfWtWan M trog I ha hi mw. ya . Ir.-inn did w um i.xikii r!i II1UU ' a -Iim ft llU'l! W '!. gaViii v. Ini Sli I he Ii" .'1 I Mow du xv - V.i be I ' ' .i ii-t- i .i i I t , i- a u. .Mill i .1 .'I . , an e ovi-r FACING DI80MACB. J fipt. Obrrlln N. Carter of the ee- , . r corm, iiiiivb ted before a ton:!- i iril.il of litnl ig misappropriated vimiieiit funds by cotupliacy with, - vlaiiilr Cnii.itrii' ting Compn.iy, In ; that our relationship had been estab lished. Furt hot Inquiries convinced us of tmi death of Daniel and Janu-r. We have also dltcovered an mint tn riene.-a Falls, N. Y.. and Bhe has assisted us In Ihe search for father. The utiiit's name !b Mrs. Mary Celery. whelmed In a numb, r f M.n . dwellings of the am b tii ihe tlllT In it- ul 'lie uiaitoi h il-o hi I tell us!" oi Mr.. ! -i ' Kidemnly w i nt on ll l lllg Oil! With ,i ..illl'.K i' ''lug In th e i r f v 1 1 li .nut gt-utleuian uullzlm; . 'he ame youiu Kt-tit l- en Iota, to ih.- -aiui' 1 1 ui In a sumiu. r bou" s... - ati Ml-. Icmlma. I didn't h. ir Uut I oii'd iBHlly tell !i im the detotiou of tin ir manner what i gu- 1 11 It oB'' Of aourto. added Mrs. Hoxy. "there will iw a ditorie Milt, and then, Jemi ma, my chant e or ou:s will be as good aa any obi h f r he affection of the dtal. mlSgH 'lel old Rillt! I miuiitliv of water maVea a very Bifec- 1 iiw inhalation. Hut the affection be ing a nervoua one, tonics and Hoar Ublag diets are more es mtlal tbM any of these palliative, whleh mece'y afford temporary relief. " WashiBltau Htar. Mli. Jemliiu. ln.lkliiM hesitated and dauibted, but waa talked over at last, and ucompoBled by Mrs. Doxy, atart d f ir the manor house. Mi Ki-erlon. who sat reading In bis M'mm looked up In some surprise at thl incursion Mrs Ftoxv Introduced Mis. Jemima Judklns." Hits Jemima yrtrmei her part of the 'ml tllull Iw tlitlm. Ttarbcr I hear your mother hue scarlet fever You must not eome to school till she Is well, s yon might ffat tbe dlrease and give It to the otbef children. Tommy Hi. yon B4nt worry, nacher. Hhc u my atef BBoeher rod has never et given me anything. -r'llKn4 IiMOtter. llHlbir rieir from llu ri. It. It waa not gold, but "live: ih.n work man In a lie bulldluu inljolnilig III" First National Hank, on ltenutt ave nue, Cripple Creek, were after Tueediy afternoon. A pick In the hands of to ftalwart fellow threw out a ntUer do) Jar. auot her blow and a th.ien w ro fly log In the nlr. Then tin i vhs n scramble. One workman g.itluied tip !SI, ttuuth.r r.10. smothi-r $s. a"d t!.. rest of the hoys took whut thc could And, In all Ai the time of the fire In Cripple Crak the Flr-t Na tional Hank hit a rack tout ilnlne, I no silver dollars, and the big find by the workman was the Idontdn' hih k. i.onu ago the bank ihnrged up Hi. niauiev to Its proflt nnd loss accuunt. lienver Mews, llallway Knlarprlse In Jiwn. Tbe prugtess uf rllwa euteii -lite In Japan In laVT Is phenomenal. Uim-e lift, when tbe pioneer rallnny was eonstructed between VaiKiiliami and Tokyo, a dWtanre of elglU"en miles, tbe system has grown at an average rate of 100 miles a yenr. Uutltig lavT UO mllea were constructed, making tbe total mileage at re-e-ut nearly t.MC mllea. The rallwn,' owtitd by the atgte Include by far the greater awl oi thla Increase In miu-agi. Tbe rallwaya In Japan are owned a i art by ibe iSTerHmaiit and a part h the prl iftte ooraoratlotta. I'orelwii I'AttNiU la Up. Tbe J a panes patent burtau has re omUy deeWeri that ne foreign patent iriiudnw' rarmt In Haiti. "lie was In bis Iron cage bunging .i'ti.ftlnu with the Savannah river 'right over the front of the tower '!.; invent" nt. 'nay be dismissed from there," the tar went on. In answer to . h" rvtce and sent to prleon. perhaps j aeTeml questions. "He didn't seem to r..r t.-n or twenty ysure. Secretary of I ud things much, either. He Just '.Via- Aliur hub the natters In the cano. bent cuaslna: to himself ntrietly. Hut tin- amount Involved Is aald to ue n BH0 went through the starboard siiectlng thn beuutitui hooks ue n.n on the oage from llouopilu Inat gust for Hong Konit to hunt iii.iitni for Ilnltlmore an object v, as i-een in the wnier to thn l.-ow ii.l. Cupt.i. i McCluto changed his nmtee, nml, uut nlllg close to It, found It to be H iu;im moth caliiin. He hud the ship's ui peiiter iut Into the . nine, which v.i nearly tllleil with wutr. When on- Itislde It was nl -im.. i iniposxlbh- m stand up on Its Mlppei v bottom "I" make hit position mure exciting ""- cm pent'-r was seu tlKiitlng win. large Hah, Willi h wa IllnklnK da er ale efforts to escape from the boot V sharp hook was thrown ttle cur pa i.tei and It w'mi t.ol until In- hud atitbbe.l M, flBh several times Ci.it It wnr, tompi. 1 ed. When the ennue win hoisted nil board n number of Minull flfh found swimming ubnot. 'Ihe iiu. fish weighed seteii tuiun.lS. 'Ibe i noe U twenty-five f.-et long, a it nut 'f a solid log, wl'll reiirttli,- end.-i, wild' would clve the log Ii um hewn ir.-u a diameter of nt lea' ll. - feet, llin In not ii seniblutlie .it l.-H)n ubnut i but along tbe gunw.ili-H arc IioI.-h ii, whli h lacings of hide tlmngN an- u ! to hold to nnd for nerving the nn places are cut out for the thwiiit.. which wore made of pl.-ios of luimii.n plared III the nh bet wblle w.-t an I allowed to Hhrlnk. There la almi a place In the bottom to Btep n miiHt ("apt. Mi'Clurn tbltiHs tne canoe u- longed to some or the natives or u.i: Hngtang leland, In the llashee group from which the lolanl wns Bhont twen ty tnllav When the unions est-l wa--plcketl lip. The preaouee Of the Unit could nut be accounted for. Auliismph Miiiibl. While visiting thl niiintry. Dick- one morning receiving a letter puipo " Ing to Have luaen written by an Kir Hah laboring man and hi win-, in wbltib. In rougg phraseology ilt.-v stated that they heard a great i-sl re .:,uajo,KH). whb h ('apt. Carter ina) aWo i (toller, aud then I saw the lieutenant have to pay. Cipi. Carter graduated , Cowe down front forrard with a bloody from West Point at the head of the data of W't. He is a son-in-law of R. towel twisted rouud bis leg. Ktlll we and the bird Stood Ihore nagoet' pep pering welt enough, popping beck at 'em and working along wttti one pr t nailer, till all of a sudden a t.lu-11 bur! aft aud knocked the stefrlnk rar sk hlgh. 'Shut up!' yelled -lie bird; 'shut up! al 'it your mouth!' and he went on. sweat-lag away like a good one." Mr.' Slnylirlek A gala In the llrltlsh house of commons Friday during the debute nn the bom" office vote, Mr. Michael iiavttt. mem ber for Houth Mayo, broached tho ques tion of the Imprisonment of Mr. Flor ence Maybrlik, and tepn wnted that she wn In Ill-health. Ms l:i III aald In the toiirna- of his remark tbat t written, aud the good he had done for "t poor folks." and naked hi peimt.i ston to name their little baby bai ..ft r Mm. promising to so educate him th tt be might fully ai prci-l.it- the oik the novel!. l).Keu BtHH u I"" stating that he was pio.nl l.i kri.i th it til., unuie bad I oeo cinteireil n th child In recollet tion of his wti;tn and wLdltng that the llule otn ru'- M become alt that hla parents hup 'i see him. adding that If he could . t.-i lenm that be had been the me um ' awakening In the little one mi m a loe f his fellow-' n-atiires, and ., ! ulrc to help them wlih bis sympai'iv he Hhtmld feel niu. h pleasure in ktiowleilgi'. This nit letter. If ip pi at . was nieiel) a siihicrfuge on -bo nan of the son of an i-mi-er In th. ir . - i..-. ...... ,.f ..luliiliiir ll... mv n" W"" .l""""-- ' " Cl'T. O. Wt .li utl of We CMtTKR. ii' !' t express. ! relei so thlrt Amerban w .man would i aittogiapb of the noteiui fur hla . o be a small tep n the direction of en- ig.oi.m He was a hn.iieu ot tne moan wbleb baa bad prior registrstlon la M other oonalry ens be registered In JagH. TbH would seem to i-lmw that Uie preieclkHt suppoeed in i. . ujoyed American and other foreign tnven ajm na4er esletlng treat la. .h . got mist, nail that patntj jd ,'Ui b ofratc4 In Japan. wr mllltm; n-'ei-itu to the A roc ri an emli;,ia.y in lu.d'in mid luter a im n-In- of the Nb-jrigiu jnal cotuoaU slou. Mew Chrmlesl aabtlaiiee, A Oeinian prifeour. Dr. Tleuantt, tt Berlin, has succeeded, after years of experiment, In producing a ebemleal substance wblth be called Jaoon, whleh Is a perfect substitute for ex tnct of vtotet n .weis. Its cost, bow ever. Is fl" a round. Jiwst Mat Kmm4 the ttewspapw A eon trovei ay has arlaer el ween the management of the ntrai rsllwe., of Uraxll and a newspaper called th Journal de Hr.irll lie railway com- pin) has fiul'dleii u employes to tr? hc r.ev. ipai r i r. 'ei penally of dbtebarge IU ! tabllsblng good feeling ,. tween Bng- lead and the t'nlttd xtutts mr Matthew While Rldli-y. home secre tary, replied that ne tun 'gnt tne re ports of lll-healtb weie exaggerateq. b'lt he prow I setl to make Itupili leg. AmlilRHaa. "Do you remember." said Ulss An elent to Colonel Crabtree, "bow when you were a ejuag man you proposed to me and 1 rejected you'' "It la ono of the happiest reeo'.lectlons of ray life," aald the colonel, with an air of gallantry. And Mlas Ancient Is still woert. I'BMcb. TbU HstllM It. "There cut be no further doubt that Commodore Ichley is really a ri man. "Wy?" "Uood old ladlea Hbc Claim to have been hln nurse are bgtH dJr to bob up.H Otevelacd L4du. trick he plaed ill on Db kens but P.un It he gained a f-r blither appro. Int! m o( ,he thara. tei of the writer than !i other lee might haw had. A Napuleon ' IlaaMC. "That abows whrt you tan dn In tbls i-otmtry," aald the wan with i bml voice aa he rang up a nickel with t view to slopping the car. -John uno of the meet remarkable self made mn we evnr had In Wayne county " IB that tnet" "I should say no W r deriul man! Why. that lellow cunt here twenty rears ago with $r.o, unl bu; week be failed fur a round l.p.'.f mlllbM. IleaU the band what a ru-Mqr cm do lo this country." Detroit 1' ) Preea. Al ibe Haoe. 'Uuriah' They u. off!" Trams (Ub iBwcbiioni-- du R4H ll" TU-Bits.